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You’re very welcome to join us for the opening preview of our Summer exhibitions – Adébayo Bolaji : In Praise of Beauty and Nengi Omuku : The Dance of People and the Natural World.

No need to book, just turn up between 5.30pm and 8pm.

It’s always an informal affair, with speeches by the artists and associated partners.

Arnolfini Bookshop will be open late until 8pm.

Arnolfini Café Bar will be open throughout, and afterwards.

Please note the Galleries and Level 2 will be closed during the say, save for Woman’s Craft Club in the Reading Room, 11am to 1pm.

a poster advertising the exhibition Adébayo Bolaji : In Praise of Beauty featuring an artwork by the artist and text referring to the name of the artist, title of exhibition, dates and times.
poster design by Ratiotype for Arnolfini
a poster advertising the exhibition Nengi Omuku : The Dance of People and the Natural World featuring an artwork by the artist and text referring to the name of the artist, title of exhibition, dates and times.
poster design by Ratiotype for Arnolfini

About the Artist

Nengi Omuku

Nigerian artist Nengi Omuku’s exhibition The Dance of People and the Natural World at Arnolfini Summer 2024.

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A colour photograph of artist Adébayo Bolaji stood in between his artworks No Beauty Without Struggle and The Vessel, both of which are 400cm in height. Adébayo Bolaji is dressed in a long, black coat over a peach coloured shirt and pale green trousers. He wears brown shoes and a dark blue, woolen hat with the word Celine stitched in white. He has just above shoulder length black hair and a beard and looks directly at the camera.

Adébayo Bolaji

Adébayo Bolaji, is a multi-disciplinary artist living and working in London, England. At the centre of his practice is the dialogue of change and the focus of the individual within a connecting society.

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